Crimea memorial, Liverpool

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Crimea memorial, Liverpool

Postby BereniceUK » 18 Sep 2014 17:38

In the grounds of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral.

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SACRED TO THE MEMORY
OF
SEVEN BRITISH SOLDIERS
WHO LANDED IN LIVERPOOL FROM
THE CRIMEA
15TH JANUARY 1855 AND DYING HERE
WERE BURIED IN THIS CEMETERY

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JOHN HEWSTON, 20TH FOOT.
SAMUEL SPINKS, 38TH "
LAWRENCE CARNEY, 47TH "
THOMAS MARSDEN, 47TH "
JOHN GOODALL, 63RD "
JOHN START, 93RD "
WILLIAM EVANS, 1ST BATT. OF RIFLES

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ERECTED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION
TO RECORD THE COURAGE AND
ENDURANCE DISPLAYED BY THE
PRIVATES OF THE BRITISH ARMY
WHO AT THE CALL OF DUTY DEVOTED
THEIR LIVES TO MAINTAIN THE
HONOUR OF THEIR COUNTRY AND THE
FIDELITY OF ENGLAND TO HER ALLIES.
A.D. 1856

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